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SBD Global/November 16, 2012/Olympics
Qatar Unveils Plan For More Than 70 Venues, With Eyes On Summer Olympics
Published November 16, 2012
PARTNERING WITH FRANCE: Meanwhile at ASPIRE4SPORT, Sheikh Saoud and French Olympic Committee Secretary General Jean-Pierre Mougin signed "a memorandum of understanding." The agreement will see the two "work together toward excellence in sports, whether Olympic or non-Olympic, through the exchange of knowledge through resources, managers, coaches and sports medicine experts" (GULF TIMES, 11/13).